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technician 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/tekˈniSHən/,
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technicians, plural;
  1. A person employed to look after technical equipment or do practical work in a laboratory

  2. An expert in the practical application of a science

  3. A person skilled in the technique of an art or craft


  1. someone whose occupation involves training in a specific technical process
  2. someone known for high skill in some intellectual or artistic technique
  3. A technician is generally someone in a technological field who has a relatively practical understanding of the general theoretical principles of that field, e.g., as compared to an engineer in that field. ...
  4. Technician is the student newspaper of North Carolina State University. Its first edition was published in 1920, and it has been published continuously since that date.
  5. A person who studies, professes or practices technology
  6. (Technicians) Andreas Georgiou, Michalis Petridis, Giorgos Tikou, Alexis Paterlis, Alexis Petraï, Giannis Triandafyllou, Dinos Freskos, Babis Tsakoumatos, Dimitris Andriannos, Gouseff Chalil
  7. (Technicians) Employees must have a combination of basic scientific or technical knowledge and manual skills obtained through specialized post-secondary school education or equivalent on- the-job training;
  8. (Technicians) K. Kim, K. Byzek, J. Leadbetter
  9. Related: Technical analysts
  10. a person who is an expert in doing certain technical jobs
  11. For the purposes of information security and privacy governance, Technician is a Role Title, and is defined as an individual who applies security and privacy principles, policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures to technologies that contain, transport, or otherwise handle information. ...
  12. Performs basic quality techniques, possibly including calibration, to track, analyze, and report on materials, processes, and products to ensure they meet the company’s quality standards.
  13. a crew person who performs some kind of technical (as opposed to design) function (such as grips, gaffers, sound mixers, boom operators, script supervisors, etc.)
  14. Refers to the front line service personnel responding to a specific request. Technicians work under Service Providers.
  15. Technical Investigator, Sweeper, De-bugger, De-buggist (UK), Exterminator, Electronic Countermeasures Professional, Counter-surveillance Technician.
  16. An individual qualified and authorized by the compliant product manufacturer to provide specified care and maintenance to the product, and perform inspection, repair, and testing beyond the level classified as "user repair."
  17. I don’t know about you, but if I phoned Rentokil and asked them to come sort out my bedbug problem I would feel slightly concerned if they told me that a “technician” would come to see me – so if a person that sorts out pest control problems is called a technician – what is a person that fixes ...
  18. Refers to an electronic technician qualified to maintain and repair electronic equipment. Not necessarily qualified to install electrical wiring. Compare to Electrician.
  19. A corporate slang term for a professional hit-man.
  20. A user role within the Business Process Manager module intended for individuals assigned to manage the progress, resolution, and/or outcome of tickets.
  21. a person who is trained or skilled in the technicalities of a subject.